By Kristy DeCrowCBC NewsIt is easy to see why so many people think the educational system is failing.
But the truth is that Canada is losing out on a lot of things, not just in education.
It is losing jobs, it is losing the economic dynamism that drives economic growth.
And it is failing to address some of the issues that are holding back the economy, which are issues like high-skill immigration and high-quality high-wage jobs that the U.S. has, and is seeing in Canada, and are a very big part of why the U, S. is doing well economically.
I want to talk about education, because we are now a nation where the number one problem in education is the lack of a high-level, well-rounded education.
In the last 15 years, there have been a number of major advances in education, but we have not had the opportunity to invest in high-end, high-impact education.
That’s why, for example, we’re seeing a huge rise in the number of college students entering the workforce in our country, and it’s because we have a high level of high-tech skills.
So I want to say to Canadians, we need to invest now in our high-speed, high level, high quality education system, because it’s one of the most important parts of our economic growth and prosperity.
It’s not just the education system in Canada that is losing.
I think we are losing other sectors of the economy.
It’s not only the manufacturing sector, it’s the services sector.
We are losing a lot more in sectors like health care, in our health care system.
And so we are in a situation where our high technology sectors are disappearing.
There are two reasons why.
One, because of the lack the right people to be doing the jobs that they do, because there are fewer and fewer skilled workers in these high-paying, high skilled jobs.
So when we talk about a lot in the U: tech, science, engineering, and math, we are seeing a lot less of those, but it’s also because we don’t have enough people in these highly skilled jobs to fill them.
And we are going to lose a lot, in fact, of the jobs we have that are in high demand and high pay.
We have a lot that are not being filled, and I think it’s going to have a profound impact on the U and on the world economy.
It will have an impact on wages, in other words, and we’re going to see wages go up.
I am not sure that this will be a short-term phenomenon, but when we think about the long-term effects, we will see wages going up.
We’re going the other way as well.
We will see wage growth go down.
But the fact is that, when you have people leaving the labour force, we have more people left to pick up the slack and fill those jobs that are being left empty.
We’re going in the wrong direction.
The second reason that we are not seeing high-skilled immigration, which is a key driver of high economic growth, is because we haven’t had the proper incentives to attract skilled workers.
The U. S. has a great system for attracting people.
It provides generous work-study, skilled workers programs, the best-paid jobs in the country, to help them develop the skills that they need to compete in the global economy.
But in Canada we are looking at a system that has no incentives.
We can’t give these people the opportunities to become the workers they need and the skilled workers that are needed in order to compete globally, and to make our country competitive.
So we are taking steps that we think are going in that are going very, very well.
There is a lot going on right now.
I mean, there are a number, I am going to use three.
First, we just passed the Canada Student Loans and Employment Insurance Act, which was a huge achievement, and that has been a big step forward in the recruitment of skilled workers, but in Canada right now, we do not have the same incentive for people to apply for these programs.
Second, we’ve recently passed the Canadian Experience Class (CEA), which is one of our most important programs to encourage people to work in our economy and to invest.
We just passed another major bill that, again, was an incredible achievement.
And that legislation, the Jobs for Canadians Act, was passed, and there was a lot to celebrate, and a lot people were very happy about.
We also passed the Skills and Competitiveness Act, and another important piece of legislation.
And we just got rid of the Skills-and-Skills Training Act.
So it is a very significant step forward, but one that has not been as widely passed as the CEA, which I think is really important.
Third, the government is introducing a